spiritual growth

A Quote by unknown on do not resist, use as a tool, ego, good or bad, reactive mechanism, past experiences, and spiritual growth

Is the ego good or bad? Neither. It is a reactive mechanism to our past experiences. It is only interested in physical survival, not our spiritual growth. Do not resist it - it can be used as a tool.

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Contributed by: MysticSanctuary

A Quote by zaadzster_1 on edgar cayce, spiritual growth, grow, and heaven

And as He has given, "In all thy getting, my Son, get understanding." This is putting proper emphasis in the proper places, and do not become sidetracked by things that would pertain to material or spiritual alone, or things of the body or things of the heavenly force. For you grow to heaven, you don't go to heaven. It is within thine own conscience that ye grow there. For there first must come peace and harmony within thy purpose, thy ideal, thy hopes, thy desires. Thy wishes even must be in harmony with thy ideal if you would make the experience in the earth of value to thee.

Edgar Cayce

Source: Edgar Cayce Reading 3409-1

Contributed by: Kelly

A Quote by Eknath Easwaran on spiritual growth, give-and-take, and relationships

"The widest possibilities for spiritual growth lie in the give-and-take of everyday relationships."

Eknath Easwaran

Source: My diary

Contributed by: jagadish

A Quote by John Makransky on religion, love, self-help, spiritual growth, buddhism, and dzogchen

Whatever the strategies for a successful life promulgated in self-help books, and no matter how hard someone may thump a holy book to declare a particular belief as the answer to all life's problems, none of these approaches works if the basic motive of genuine love, of actual care for persons, is not present.

John Makransky

Source: Awakening Through Love: Unveiling Your Deepest Goodness, Pages: 8

Contributed by: BlueHwyFlaneur

A Quote by Leo F Buscalgia on leo buscaglia, living loving and learning, spiritual growth, essence, beauty, and self

Your talent is God's gift to you. What you do with it is your gift back to God.

Leo Buscalgia

Source: Living Loving and Learning

Contributed by: Darren

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